Spreading that "Dem Awk Ra Cee".
Afghan Media Face Threat of Controls
By ABDUL WAHEED WAFA and CARLOTTA GALL
Published: May 7, 2007
KABUL, Afghanistan, May 6 — Afghanistan’s government, competing with the Taliban for public support and trying to fend off accusations that it is corrupt and ineffective, is moving to curb one of its own most impressive achievements: the country’s flourishing independent news media.
Under President Hamid Karzai, a 1960s media law was updated and has been considered the most liberal in the region. Six independent television channels have begun broadcasting, and dozens of radio stations and newspapers are now operating. All news media outlets were under government control under the Taliban government, which was ousted in late 2001.
Honestly, why should they have rights that we don't have?
Seems simple enough to me.